DriverView, All Seeing Eye & IE7

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Rasheed187, Jul 2, 2007.

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  1. Rasheed187

    Rasheed187 Registered Member

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    That sounds pretty nuts I wish I knew the answer, sounds very fishy, why would you even bother going to IE 7 anyways there are much better options unless you running MS proggies that need IE 7, thats a bummer for you. I'm gonna install IE 7 with all the patches and post back to see if my drivers increase like yours so far I got 120. BRB

    I can be honest and say you definitely have a problem, I just installed IE 7 fully patched and checked my drivers they still at 120. So something is definitely up with your install of IE 7. Good luck on figuring out what and why.
     
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    Thanks for the reply, it´s really strange stuff, but after a couple of reboots and cleaning my temp files, DriverView acts all normal again, but it still doesn´t make any sense, because it were all .dll files which are normally no drivers. I wonder why DriverView and All Seeing Eye assumed that they were in fact drivers.

    I really don´t know what´s up with IE7, the browser itself seems to be working correctly and I assume it was clean since I downloaded it from the MS site. But it did screw up a couple of things. And btw, I´m not using IE7, but Maxthon which uses the IE engine, IE7 fixed a couple of things so that´s why I decided to upgrade. :)
     
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    Probably some kind of glitch on the way the program(s) does the reading of drivers, I like that program all seeing eye but never could figure out how to stop the constant logging of files you will see it increase forever in numbers. BTW I was using RKU to read my drivers
     
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